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1 Computer Information Systems Technology 93 Computer Information Systems Location: Patterson Campus - Bldg. E Program Information The Computer Information Systems department at is progressive and innovative in its approach toward the trends in computer technology. Students enrolled in the CIS curriculum will gain knowledge and skills in current computer technology but will also gain experience in developing the critical thinking, logic, and problem-solving skills necessary in today s rapidly changing computerized environment. Trenholm State will meet student needs for Information Technology training while providing students with effective and personalized training methods in a variety of concentration areas. The CIS program also emphasizes leadership development within the technical applications of the program. Occupational Choices Programmers, computer system analysts, database designers, network designers, Microsoft Certified Desktop Technicians, A+ Technicians, Security+, Linux+ and Cisco CCNA certifications, Office Technology Specialists with MS Office skills-just to name a few areas of concentration-will require the skills and knowledge associated with computer technology. Job prospects should be best for college graduates who are up to date with the latest skills and technologies, particularly if they have supplemented their formal education with some relevant work experience. Employers will continue to seek computer specialists who possess a strong background in fundamental computer skills combined with good interpersonal and communication skills. Due to the demand for computer support specialists and systems administrators over the next decade, those who have strong computer skills but do not have a bachelor s degree should continue to qualify for some entry-level positions. However, certifications and practical experience are essential for persons without degrees. Source: Bureau of Labor and Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, Edition, 2012 Survey Average Full-Time Wage Employment opportunities are expected to grow and earnings can range from entry level positions to much higher incomes for certified and experienced individuals. The average full-time annual wage of a CIS technician is $30,742 to $93,600, based on skill level, experience, and field of work.** Source: Bureau of Labor and Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, Edition, 2012 Survey Awards Available * Associate Degree in Applied Technology in Computer Information Systems Tech. Networking Emphasis (CCNA/LINUX+/SECURITY+) Networking Emphasis (System Support (Desktop/Server Support) Database/Web Presence Applications/Design (CIW) Programming Emphasis via Object-Based Languages Short Term Certificate(s) in Computer Information Systems Emphasis: Networking (CCNA) Emphasis: System Support (Desktop/Server Support) Emphasis: Database/Web Presence Applications/Design Emphasis: Programming via Object-Based Languages *You must earn a final grade of a 70 ( C ) or above to receive credit for DPT courses. Any final grade of 69 or below will constitute failure (F) in the course, and you will have to repeat the course to attempt to earn the appropriate credit. (This does not include CIS130 or CIS146). Estimated Program Length & Cost* Credit Tuition Award Length Hours Fees Books Tools Supplies Associate Degree 6 Terms 76 $10,412 $1,750 0 $250 Short Term Certificate 2-3 Terms 27 $3,699 $450 0 $75 Short Term Certificate 2-3 Terms 24 $3,288 $450 0 $75 * Tax not included. Prices are subject to change without prior notice; cost of books may vary considerably among suppliers. The length of the program is based on full-time status of credit hours per term. Enrollment in transitional level general education courses will alter the length of the program.

2 Computer Information Systems Technology 94 Requirements for Associate Degree in Applied Technology Computer Information Systems Technology Required Technical CORE (6 credit hours) DPT-110 Intro to Computer Logic and Programming DPT-268 Software Support OR DPT-269 Hardware Support OR ILT-129 PC Hardware (A+) Required Courses (30 credit hours) CIS -130 Introduction to Information Systems DPT-117 Database Management Software Applications DPT-161 Cisco I: Networking Fundamentals DPT-171 Fundamentals of Unix/Linux I DPT-182 Help Desk Applications DPT-203 Introduction to the Information Highway DPT-207 Introduction to Web Development DPT-212 Visual Basic Programming DPT-249 Microcomputer Operating Systems DPT-291 Case Study in Computer Science * (* Capstone Course: Student MUST be within 2 semesters of graduation) Required General Education (22 credit hours) ART-100 Art Appreciation CIS-146 Microcomputer Applications ENG-101 English Composition I ENG-102 English Composition II OR SPH-106 Fundamentals Oral Communication OR ENG-130 Technical Report Writing MTH-100 Intermediate Algebra MTH-110 Finite Math ORI-101 Orientation to College PSY-200 General Psychology Student must select one emphasis (18 Hours), and may select additional electives. NETWORKING EMPHASIS (CCNA/LINUX+/SECURITY+): DPT-162 Cisco II: Routers & Switches DPT-163 Cisco III: Advanced Routers & Switches DPT-164 Cisco IV: WAN Technologies DPT-172 Fundamentals Of UNIX/Linux II DPT-280 Network Security Elective Elective (Advisor approval required) SYSTEM SUPPORT EMPHASIS (Desktop/Server Support): DPT-275 Workstation Administration DPT-276 Server Administration DPT-280 Network Security DPT-288 End User & Desktop Application Support I DPT-172 Fundamentals Of UNIX/Linux II Elective Elective (Advisor approval required) PROGRAMMING EMPHASIS via Object-Based Languages: DPT-213 Advanced Visual Basic Programming DPT-255 JAVA Programming DPT-256 Advanced JAVA DPT-281 Systems Analysis & Design DPT-285 Object Oriented Programming Elective Elective (Advisor approval required) 3 0 3

3 Computer Information Systems Technology 95 DATABASE/WEB PRESENCE APPLICATIONS/DESIGN (CIW): DPT-208 Intermediate Web Development DPT-209 Advanced Web Development DPT-222 Database Management Systems DPT-250 E-Commerce DPT-264 Business Applications Elective Elective (Advisor approval required) ELECTIVES: DPT-189 Co-Op for DPT I *DPT-280 Network Security DPT-282 Computer Forensics DPT-284 DPT Internship DPT-287 SQL Server DPT-289 End User & Desktop Application Support II DPT-294 Special Topics DPT-296 Special Topics DPT-297 Co-Op for DPT II DPT-298 Co-Op for DPT III DPT-299 Directed Studies in CIS SET-101 Basic Keyboarding Total Hours: 76 Credit Hours; Contact Hours Below: 1,312 Contact Hours - Networking Emphasis (CCNA/LINUX+/SECURITY+) 1,264 Contact Hours - System Support Emphasis (Desktop/Server Support) 1,248 Contact Hours - Programming Emphasis via Object Based Language 1,248 Contact Hours - Database/Web Presence Applications/Design (CIW) *DPT This course was used to calculate contact hours which may vary, depending on the elective course selected. Requirements for Short Term Certificate Computer Information Systems Technology Emphasis: Networking (CCNA) DPT-161 Cisco I: Networking Fundamentals DPT-162 Cisco II: Routers & Switches DPT-163 Cisco III: Advanced Routers & Switches DPT-164 Cisco IV: WAN Technologies DPT-171 Fundamentals of UNIX/Linux I DPT-172 Fundamentals of UNIX/Linux II DPT-291 Case Study in Computer Science * (* Bound Portfolio & CORE Assessment Required) ILT-129 PC Hardware (A+) OR DPT-268 Software Support OR DPT-269 Hardware Support Elective Elective Total Hours: 27 Credit Hours; 560 Contact Hours *DPT This course was used to calculate contact hours which may vary, depending on the elective course selected.

4 Computer Information Systems Technology 96 Requirements for Short Term Certificate Computer Information Systems Technology Emphasis: System Support (Desktop/Server Support) DPT-171 Fundamentals of UNIX/Linux I DPT-182 Help Desk Applications DPT-249 Microcomputer Operating Systems DPT-275 Workstation Administration DPT-276 Server Administration DPT-280 Network Security DPT-288 End User & Desktop Applications Support I IILT-129 PC Hardware (A+) OR DPT-268 Software Support OR DPT-269 Hardware Support Total Hours: 24 Credit Hours; 432 Contact Hours *DPT This course was used to calculate contact hours which may vary, depending on the elective course selected. Requirements for Short Term Certificate Computer Information Systems Technology Emphasis: Database/Web Presence Applications/Design DPT-207 Introduction to Web Development DPT-208 Intermediate Web Development DPT-209 Advanced Web Development DPT-212 Visual Basic Programming OR DPT-255 JAVA Programming DPT-222 Database Management Systems DPT-250 E-Commerce DPT-264 Business Applications Elective Elective Total Hours: 24 Credit Hours; 384 Contact Hours *DPT This course was used to calculate contact hours which may vary, depending on the elective course selected.

5 Computer Information Systems Technology 97 Requirements for Short Term Certificate Computer Information Systems Technology Emphasis: Programming via Object-Based Languages DPT-207 Introduction to Web Development DPT-212 Visual Basic Programming DPT-213 Advanced Visual Basic Programming DPT-255 JAVA Programming DPT-256 Advanced JAVA DPT-281 Systems Analysis & Design DPT-285 Object Oriented Programming Elective Elective Total Hours: 24 Credit Hours; 384 Contact Hours *DPT This course was used to calculate contact hours which may vary, depending on the elective course selected.

6 Computer Information Systems Technology 98 Course Descriptions for Computer Information Systems Technology (DPT) CIS-130 INTRO TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS PREREQUISITE: High School Graduate or GED This course is an introduction to computers that reviews computer hardware and software concepts such as equipment, operations, communications, programming and their past, present and future impact on society. Topics include computer hardware, various types of computer software, communication technologies and program development using computers to execute software packages and/or to write simple programs. Upon completion, students should be able to describe and use the major components of selected computer software and hardware. CIS-146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS PREREQUISITE: High School Graduate or GED This course is an introduction to the most common microcomputer software applications. These software packages should include typical features of applications, such as word processing, spreadsheets, database management, and presentation software. Upon completion, students will be able to utilize selected features of these packages. This course will help prepare students for the MOS and IC3 certification. DPT-110 INTRO TO COMPUTER LOGIC & PROGRAMMING PREREQUISITE: None This course includes logic, design and problem solving techniques used by programmers and analysts in addressing and solving common programming and computing problems. The most commonly used techniques of flowcharts, structure charts, and pseudocode will be covered and students will be expected to apply the techniques to designated situations and problems. This is a CORE course. DPT-117 DATABASE MGMT SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS PREREQUISITE: CIS-130 or CIS-146 or Permission of Instructor This course provides students with hands-on experience using database management software. Students will develop skills common to most database management software by developing a wide variety of databases. Emphasis is on planning, developing, and editing functions associated with database management. DPT-161 CISCO I PREREQUISITE: CIS-130 or CIS-146 or Permission of Instructor This course is the first part of a four-part curriculum leading to Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification. This course concentrates on the physical part of networking including basic electronics, computer basics, network basics, TCP/IP addressing, number conversions, cabling, and planning. After completing this course the student will be able to: identify the functions of each layer of the OSI reference model; describe data link and network addresses; define and describe the function of the MAC address; explain the five conversion steps of data encapsulation; describe the different classes of IP addresses and subnetting; identify the functions of the TCP/IP network-layer protocols. DPT-162 CISCO II PREREQUISITE: DPT-161 or Permission of Instructor This course is the second part of a four-part curriculum leading to Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification. This course concentrates on router configuration. After completing this course the student will be able to: prepare the initial configuration of a router and enable IP; control router passwords and identification; configure IP addresses; add the RIP and IGRP routing protocols to a configuration. DPT-163 CISCO III PREREQUISITE: DPT-162 or Permission of Instructor This course is the third part of a four-part curriculum leading to Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification. This course concentrates on LAN design, routing, switching, and network administration. After completing this course the student will be able to: describe LAN segmentation using bridges, routers, and switches; distinguish between cut-through and store and forward LAN switching; describe the operation of the Spanning Tree Protocol and its benefits; describe the benefits of virtual LANs.

7 Computer Information Systems Technology 99 DPT-164 CISCO IV PREREQUISITE: DPT-163 or Permission of Instructor This course is the fourth part of a four-part curriculum leading to Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification. This course concentrates on WANs and WAN design. After completing this course the student will be able to: differentiate between LAPB, Frame Relay, ISDN, HDLC, PPP, and DDR; list commands to configure Frame Relay LMIs, maps, and subinterfaces; identify PPP operations to encapsulate WAN data on Cisco routers; identify ISDN protocols, function groups, reference points, and channels; describe Cisco s implementation of ISDN BRI. DPT-171 FUNDAMENTALS OF UNIX/LINUX I PREREQUISITE: DPT-249 or Permission of Instructor This course presents fundamental applications in Unix/Linux. Included in this course are skills development for OS installation and setup, recompile techniques, system configuration settings, file/folder structures and types, run levels, basic network applications, and scripting. Additionally, the course presents security features from an administrative and user consideration. DPT-172 FUNDAMENTALS OF UNIX/LINUX II PREREQUISITE: DPT-171 or Permission of Instructor This course is a continuation of DPT171 and includes advanced features of Unix/Linux. Included in the course are web applications, integrated network configurations, file transfer, server administration, system controls, iptables/firewall to secure Unix/Linux systems, and strategic user-group applications specific to administrative network control. DPT-182 HELP DESK APPLICATIONS PREREQUISITE: DPT-275, ILT-129 The main purpose of this course is to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the helpdesk environment and the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to work in the user support industry. Students will learn problem-solving and communication skills that are very valuable when providing user support. Through hands-on exercises and case projects students will learn how to apply their knowledge and develop their ideas and skills. DPT-189 CO-OP FOR DPT I This course is part of a series wherein the student works in a degree/program related job. Emphasis is placed on student s work experience as it integrates academic knowledge with practical application through exposure to computer practices in informational technologies environment. The grade is based on the employer s evaluation of each student s productivity, content of a descriptive report submitted by the student, and student development and assessment of a learning contract. DPT-203 INTRO TO THE INFORMATION HIGHWAY PREREQUISITE: CIS-130 or CIS-146 This course introduces the student to the basic principles of the information highway. Students will be exposed to different network information tools such as electronic mail, network news, gophers, the World Wide Web, browsers, commercial information services and the use of appropriate editors or software to introduce construction of Web environments. DPT-207 INTRODUCTION TO WEB DEVELOPMENT PREREQUISITE: CIS-130 or CIS-146 At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to use specified markup languages to develop basic Web pages. DPT-208 INTERMEDIATE WEB DEVELOPMENT PREREQUISITE: DPT-207 This course builds upon basic skills in Web authoring. Various Web authoring tools are introduced. Upon completion students will be able to use these tools to enhance Web sites.

8 Computer Information Systems Technology 100 DPT-209 ADVANCED WEB DEVELOPMENT PREREQUISITE: DPT-207 This is an advanced Web design course emphasizing the use of scripting languages to develop interactive Web sites. Upon completion students will be able to create data driven Web sites. This course helps prepare students for the Certified Internet Webmaster (CIW) Foundations certification. DPT-212 VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING PREREQUISITE: DPT-110 and DPT-249 or Permission of Instructor This course emphasizes BASIC programming using a graphical user interface. The course will emphasize graphical user interfaces with additional topics on such topics as advanced file handling techniques, simulation, and other selected areas. Upon completion, the student will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the topics through the completion of programming projects and appropriate tests. DPT-213 ADVANCED VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING PREREQUISITE: DPT-212 This course is a continuation of DPT-212, Visual Basic Programming. DPT-222 DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS PREREQUISITE: DPT-117 or Permission of Instructor This course will discuss database system architectures, concentrating on Structured Query Language (SQL). It will teach students how to design, normalize and use databases with SQL, and to link those to the Web. DPT-249 MICROCOMOPUTER OPERATING SYSTEMS PREREQUISITE: High School Graduate or GED This course provides an introduction to microcomputer operating systems. Topics include a description of the operating system, system commands, and effective and efficient use of the microcomputer with the aid of its system programs. Upon completion, students should understand the function and role of the operating system, its operational characteristics, its configuration, how to execute programs, and efficient disk and file management. Credit for this course is available by department exam. DPT-250 E-COMMERCE PREREQUISITE: CIS-130 or CIS-146or DPT 207 or Permission of Instructor This course is an introduction into e-commerce. Topics include marketing, building an e-commerce store, security, and electronic payment systems. Upon completion students will be able to build an e-commerce presence. DPT-255 JAVA PROGRAMMING PREREQUISITE: DPT-110 or and DPT-249 or Permission of Instructor This course is an introduction to the Java programming language. Topics in this course include object-oriented programming constructs, Web page applet development, class definitions, threads, events and exceptions. Upon completion, the student will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the topics through the completion of programming projects and appropriate tests. DPT-256 ADVANCED JAVA PREREQUISITE: DPT-255 This course is a second course of a sequence using the Java programming language. Topics include: Sun s Swing GUI components, JDBC, JavaBeans, RMI, servlets, and Java media framework. Upon completion, the student will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the topics through programming projects and appropriate exams. DPT-264 BUSINESS APPLICATIONS PREREQUISITE: CIS146 or Permission of Instructor Prior programming training is put to use in implementing a practical business application such as accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, or other business system. A different application is selected each semester. Instructor will provide student with the necessary data and the student will create all the programs that are necessary to produce the expected results. This course will require outside laboratory time to produce programs for evaluation. Mastery of the language selected for the study, at the desired level, is required.

9 Computer Information Systems Technology 101 DPT-268 SOFTWARE SUPPORT PREREQUISITE: DPT-249 or Permission of Instructor This course provides students with hands-on practical experience in installing computer software, operating systems, and trouble-shooting. The class will help to prepare participants for the A+ Certification sponsored by CompTIA. This is a CORE course. DPT-269 HARDWARE SUPPORT This course provides students with hands-on practical experience in installation and troubleshooting computer hardware. The class will help to prepare participants for the A+ Certification sponsored by CompTIA. This is a CORE course. DPT-275 WORKSTATION ADMINISTRATION This course provides a study of client system administration in a network environment. Topics include installing, monitoring, maintaining, and troubleshooting client operating system software and managing hardware devices and shared resources. Students gain hands-on experience in client operating system installation and basic administration of network workstations. DPT-276 SERVER ADMINISTRATION PREREQUISITE: DPT-249 and DPT-161 This course introduces network operating system administration. Topics included in this course are network operating system software installation, administration, monitoring, and maintenance; user, group, and computer account management; shared resource management; and server hardware management. Students gain hands-on experience in managing and maintaining a network operating system environment. DPT-280 NETWORK SECURITY PREREQUISITE: DPT-161 or Permission of Instructor This course provides a study of threats to network security and methods of securing a computer network from such threats. Topics included in this course are security risks, intrusion detection, and methods of securing authentication, network access, remote access, Web access, and wired and wireless network communications. Upon completion students will be able to identify security risks and describe appropriate counter measures. DPT-281 SYSTEM ANALYSIS & DESIGN This course is a study of contemporary theory and systems analysis and design. Emphasis is placed on investigating, analyzing, designing, implementing, and documenting computer systems. Upon completion, the student will been able to demonstrate knowledge of the topics through the completion of programming projects and appropriate tests. DPT-282 COMPUTER FORENSICS PREREQUISITE: CIS-130 OR CIS-146 This course introduces students to methods of computer forensics and investigations. This course helps prepare students for the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS) certification. DPT-284 DPT INTERNSHIP This course is designed to provide the student with an opportunity to work in a degree/program related environment. Emphasis is placed on the student s real world work experience as it integrates academics with practical applications that relate meaningfully to careers in the computer discipline. Significance is also placed on the efficient and accurate performance of job tasks as provided by the real world work experience. Grades for this course will be based on a combination of the employer s evaluation of the student, and the contents of a report submitted by the student. Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to demonstrate the ability to apply knowledge and skills gained in the classroom to a real world work experience.

10 Computer Information Systems Technology 102 DPT-285 OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING This course is an advanced object-oriented programming course and covers advanced program development techniques and concepts in the context of an object-oriented language. Subject matter includes object-oriented analysis and design, encapsulation, inheritance, polymorphism (operator and function overloading), information hiding, abstract data types, reuse, dynamic memory allocation, and file manipulation. Upon completion, students should be able to develop a hierarchical class structure necessary to the implementation of an object-oriented software system. DPT-287 SQL SERVER This course will provide students with the technical skill required to install, configure, administer and troubleshoot SQL Server client/server database management system. At the completion of this series students will be able to: identify the features of SQL Server and the responsibilities and challenges in system administration; identify the benefits of integrating SQL Server and setup clients for SQL Server; install and configure SQL Server; manage data storage using database devices and partition data using segments; manage the user accounts; manage user permissions; identify the various task scheduling and alerting abilities of SQL Executive; identify the concepts used in replication and implement replication of data between two SQL Services; identify the types of backup and create backup devices; identify the factors effecting SQL Server performance and the need for monitoring and tuning; locate and troubleshoot problems that occur on the SQL Server. DPT-288 END USER AND DESKTOP APPLICATIONS SUPPORT I PREREQUISITE: DPT249, DPT275 CO REQUISITE: NONE This course covers the knowledge and skills necessary to support desktop operating systems in a corporate or small business environment. DPT-289 END USER AND DESKTOP APPLICATIONS SUPPORT II PREREQUISITE: DPT288 CO REQUISITE: NONE This course covers the knowledge and skills necessary to support end users in a corporate environment. DPT-291 CASE STUDY IN COMPUTER SCIENCE This course is a case study involving the assignment of a complete system development project for analysis, programming, implementation, and documentation. Topics include planning system analysis and design, programming techniques, coding and documentation. Upon completion, students should be able to design, code, test and document a comprehensive computer information system. DPT-294 SPECIAL TOPICS This course allows study of currently relevant computer science topics, with the course being able to be repeated for credit for each different topic covered. Course content will be determined by the instructor and will vary according to the topic being covered. Upon completion, the student will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the course topic through completion of assignments and appropriate tests. DPT-296 SPECIAL TOPICS This course allows study of currently relevant computer science topics, with the course being able to be repeated for credit for each different topic covered. Course content will be determined by the instructor and will vary according to the topic being covered. Upon completion, the student will be able to demonstrate specified skills.

11 Computer Information Systems Technology 103 DPT-297 CO-OP for DPT II This course is part of a series wherein the student works in a degree/program related job. Emphasis is placed on student s work experience as it integrates academic knowledge with practical application through exposure to computer practices in informational technologies environment. The grade is based on the employer s evaluation of each student s productivity, content of a descriptive report submitted by the student, and student development and assessment of a learning contract. DPT-298 CO-OP for DPT III This course is part of a series wherein the student works in a degree/program related job. Emphasis is placed on student s work experience as it integrates academic knowledge with practical application through exposure to computer practices in informational technologies environment. The grade is based on the employer s evaluation of each student s productivity, content of a descriptive report submitted by the student, and student development and assessment of a learning contract. DPT-299 DIRECTED STUDIES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE This course allows independent study under the direction of an instructor. Topics to be included in the course material will be approved by the instructor prior to or at the beginning of the class. Upon completion, the student will been able to demonstrate knowledge of the topics as specified by the instructor.

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